Fujitsu Launches New Dublin Training Centre


Fujitsu has launched a new training centre at its offices in Dublin dedicated to the air conditioning sector.

The opening of the new facility enhances the firm’s commitment to its training services and Ian Carroll, the company’s Sales and Marketing Director, commented that Fujitsu is fully committed to raising industry standards through training schemes having already pumped a significant investment into a similar state of the art training facility in Elstree.

Even though the centre is yet to be officially opened, it has already started running courses due to the demand for training, with the firm’s highly skilled in house engineers teaching the courses due to their many years of experience working with Fujitsu products.

The company has developed a specific series of courses which are created and designed to develop the engineers’ knowledge in the installation and design of Fujitsu air conditioning products and the best way they can be applied.

Among the current range of courses on offer are VRF system installation and commissioning, mini VRF installation, commissioning and troubleshooting and VRF central controllers installation and commissioning.

The courses are already proving popular with many contractors in the area being impressed with the training facilities.

Martyn Ives, Training Manager at Fujitsu, said that the new Dublin based training facility is a much needed asset that will provide the required training that is needed to support the well-established product range.

He added that all the courses are available throughout the year and are offered free of charge, with each delegate receiving a completion certificate and a full set of technical manuals.

Last month the company assured the UK that it will continue its operations in the country following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, reiterating its commitment to UK employees and customers.


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